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THURSDAY, JUNE 2. 1887.
Bchr Wiiloll f.-om Kuau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W O Hnll for Lnhnlna, aiunlaoit,
Kona mill Kan ut 10 n in
Arilvils at San Francisco, May 10
W II Dlinoml, 1H day-; 11th, OO
Perk lis, 10 days; 12ili, Discovery,
145 days: llith. J A Falklnberg, 22)4
days; 15th, S S Zealnndln, 7'$ days:
10th, Knto Fllcklugcr, 22 days, WG
Irwin, 20 days, and Consuclo, 10 days
from Honolulu; SOth, W W Case. 23
days from Kahulul. the Julie, 18 days
and Calbarlcn, 30 days from Honolulu,
and tho Hazard, 22 days from lillo, and
tho '.V II Meyers, 17 day, aud tho ltosa
rio, 19 days from Kahulul.
Balled from San Francisco, May Oth,
F S Thompson, for Kahulul; 10th,
Mary Winkelmnn, for Honolulu; 20th,
W II Dlmond for this port.
The Saranao and Geo O Perkins woie
to have sailed from dan Francisco for
this port on May 24th.
Tho schooner .Tcnnlo Walker arrived
at San Francisco." May Kith, 31 days
from Fnnnlng's Island.
Tho "Call'' of tho 12th tilt, reports
the whaling hark Europa, owned by 1
N Knowlcs, of ban Francisco, as having
been totally wrecked on tho coast of
Japan. Tho Europa called here about a
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Griffiths
Bk Hercules, ltlcs3 ,
Bktnc Morning Star, Turner
Bk (J B Kinney. Dahlor
Bktno Planter, W It Perrlman
Bk Peterson, Bundt
Am Ship Tltnour, Johnson
Bk O O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Scottish Lassie, Singer
Bk Gulllermo, auclmaiin
S S Australia, Houdlctt
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A mew baud will nssist nt tho
Mn. Chas. J.
aoino new goods.
A variety of useful bonts is adver
tised for sale by Mr. E. Ill Itynn,
Tin: Tableaux at to-night's porjor
manco promise to bo exceptionally
Additions have this day been
mado to J. E. Brown & Co.'s adver
tisement. Messrs. Wilder & Co. have for salo
Departure Bay coal, in lots to suit,
for family use.
. . .
The "Go-as-you-please" raco starts
nt 7 o'clock this ovening in tho tent
on Fort street.
A LiFE-liko representation of
"Pa" will bo presented during to
Mr. Thomas E. Wall received a
new lots of skates, for tho Yosemito
rink, by tho Australia, Tuesday.
The Italian string band from the
S. S. Australia will play at to-night's
performance during tho intermis
sions. . . m .
The 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s steamor W. G.
Hall will leavo-for tho Volcano at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning, leturning
on Friday aftoinoon at 3 o'clock.
Mks. Lack has just received a
largo assortment of tissues for paper
flowers, and other novelties, call
early and got first choice.
A writ of habeas corpus was denied
yesterday by a. decision of tho full
bench, in tho case of Piipiilani, and
his eontenco confirmed for selling
liquor without a license
The sword of honour, presented
by some Russian admirers to Gen
eral Boulangor, has been stopped at
the Russo-Gcrman frontier and sent
back to tho donors.
Another full houso may bo anti
cipated at tho Opora Houso to-night,
judging by tho Box plan. Sparo
chairs in the rear can always bo bad
up to tho elovcntli hour.
Several lots of valuable real es
tato including a cattle ranch at Kan
napali, suitablo for a ranchman of
tmall means, have been added to
Major GulicVs standing advertise
ment. Dr. Goto's office, corner of Punch
bowl and Berotnnia streets, is now
occupied by Dr. Iwai. Dr. Goto may
bo found at Mrs. Bush's, Emma
streot, until his doparturo from tho
Wii.dkr'8 S. S. Co.'s bullotin board
contains tho following: Steamer
Kinau duo hero Friday noon ; Like
like,, Sunday morning; Lchua, Sun
day; Kilauea Hou, to-day, and the
Mokolii Satuiday morning.
At the Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F,
and A. M. a called meeting was held
last evening for tho purpose of con
ferring mid exemplifying the third
degree. Grand Master Atkinson was
present officially, and expressed his
cordial satisfaction at tho oxcellonco
of tho work. Brothor J. II. Sopor
was tho party raised to tho third
A KUMHER of) the Masons, who ro
turn to San Francisco by tho S. S.
Australia Tuesday, lfavo chartorcd
tho S. S. Kinau to niako a special
trip to tho Volcano. TJio Kinau is
duo hero to-morrow noon. She will
sail on Saturday morning at 0 o'clock
with tho Masons and a limited num
'bor of friouds, for tho Volcano diroct.
Sho will arrlvo at Kcaubou at day
light Sunday morning, giving tho
excursionists Sunday and Sunday
night at tho Vjlcano. Tho party
Kill re-board tho Kinau nt Kvnuhoii
Monday punning ut iluj orotic un
will nriivo hero curly Tuesday morn
ing. EA0LEH0USE ARRIVALS.
Henry Green, Henry llnsbcrg,
San Francisco ; Mia. K. W. Dem
ming, Miss Demming, Mrs. J. C.
Merryflckl, Oakland, Cnl.; P.
Kahlbaum, Wisconsin; A. A.Todd,
A MASONIC BANQUET.
A general invitation is extended
by Mr. J. M. Mousnriat, chairman
of the reception committee to the
members of Lodge lu 1'rogres de
l'Ocennio mid also to Hawaiian
Lodge No. 21 F. & A. M. to ntteud
tho banquet to bo given at the Itoyal
Hawaiian Hotel this evening nt 8
o'clock in honor of M. AV. Kdmund
C. Atkinson, Grand Master of Ma
sons of California, and tho visiting
Brethren of the Masonio exclusion.
Noidistinction will bo inndo on ac
count of dress.
DICKINSON ART LECTURES.
Of Prof. Dickinson's lecture on
"Knphtrl, Mlclitul Angclo and
Raplncl, Siena, Milan and Rome,"
to bo given to-morrow night nt tho
Hall of the Y. M. C. A., the San
Francisco Call says: "Rome has
always held out enticing bands to
the lover of art, but never, per
haps outside its own walls, have its
treasures been gained better know
ledge of than by those who attend
ed the lecture, last evening." The
comments and rich illustrations of
the culmination of the Italian Re
naissance, which the lecture1!' has
prepared for this occasion, arc of
Last evening the hotel guests and
the general public wero again the
recipients of a musical treat. Un
der tho dim rays of a partly ob
scured moon, tho effulgent electric
light aided by numcious vni legated
lanterns, stretched along the Hotel
verandahs, the scene presented was
picturesque to a degree. The Ma
sonic visitors and their ladies were
grouped about the balconies, and
apparently enjoyed the treat so lib
erally provided for them. In addi
tion to the usual selection of instru
mental music, there was some sweet
native vocal music accompanied by
the charming saxophones. The
promised glees by the quintette
club did not come off, but there was
sufficient to satiate the most fasti
dious. A general feeling of pleas
ure and satisfaction was expressed
by all who participated in the even
Mr. Carl Willing, at the Govern
ment Nursery, Berctania street, has
demonstrated, in more instances
than one, that some vegetable pro
ductions of the class popularly sup
posed to be incapable of being
brought to perfection in this cli
mate, can be raised as well here as
in California. He has succeeded in
raising lettuces as fine and tender
as it is possible to havo them. His
cucumbers, too, from imported
seeds, aro very largo, some of them
measuring from eighteen to twenty
inches in length. A sample of as
paragus brought to this office, this
morning, is finer looking than any
thing of the kind imported to this
market. In fact, wo have never
seen asparagus so fine anywhere,
and it is apparently as tender as it
"Thcso," sold Mr. Jas. Williams
to a Bulletin reporter, this morn
ing, as he exhibited three well-preserved
skulls, "were dug up out of
the sand in an isolated spot called Ki
pnkni, near Rice's plantation, Ka
uai." "Klpukai," continued the
photographer, "is hemmed in by
precipices and is almost inaccessi
ble. Mr. Harry Dimond and I,"
resumed Mr. Williams, after light
ing a cigar, "descended, with great
risk, to the bottom of the ravine
and seeing paits of skulls projecting
abovo the sand in every direction,
we concluded to dig for a while to
ascertain if we wero really in a bury-Ing-ground
or a battlo field." And
tho result? ventured the reporter.
"Well," replied Mr. Williams,
feeling his head for a joke, "wo be
lieve tho place to havo been a pit
where ancient gladiators fought, or
where tlio maityrs starved to death
to 6avo tho expense of living. Some
of the skeletons which were in splen
did preseivation, were found in
very odd attitudes. Some were
lying across others, aud some sitting
up. Ono which must have been an
orator, had tho attitude of a de
clalmer and was probably denounc
ing tho Government with his last
NEW INSTRUMENTS FOR THE ROYAL
Tho steamship 'Australia has
brought for the Royal Hnwaiian
Band a now set of instruments,
from Mr. C. W. Moritz, Berlin,
musical instrument maker for the
German army. Titeso instruments
are of the newest and most im
proved mnke, are triple nickel
plated, and havo arrived in excel
lent condition. Mr. Alex. Flohr is
now engaged in putting together tho
various parts, oiling, and prepnring
them for uso. Tho complete set
comprises, of wood instiumcnts, 2
Flutes, 1 Piccolo, 2 Oboes, 1 A Flat
Clarinet, 2 E Flat Clarinets, CB
Flat Clarinets, and 1 llnsunouii. The
"brass instiuuu'iits me, 0 Trumpets,
4 Altos, 2 Kuritnnos, 3 TiotiiboncH,
JJ liassus, 2 Drums and Cymbals,
and 1 Lyic. One of tho sti iking
peculiarities and improvements
noticeable in these insliuincnU Is
in the vnlvo nirnngonicnt, by which
tho strength can be inci eased or
diminished nt will, like the string
of n guitar or violin.
Along with the band set has como
an extra instrument, a cornet, for
one of tho Princes. It is made of
silver, with gold ornamentation, and
is exquisitely finished.
But the most beautiful piece of
workmanship of the collection is u
descent Hug, sent by Mr. Moritz,
ns a prescnl,to tho King. This is
an exquisite piece of finished work
manship, which must bo seen to be
appreciated. The staff and the
crescent, arc ornamented with sus
pended bells and stars. Tho little
flag at the top is embroidered with
gold and silver thread. The in
scription on the crescent Is "In
memory of Berlin."
MRS. WILLIAM'S CLOSING LECTURE.
The last lecture of Mrs. William's
course was delivered last Tuesday at
Harmon' Hall, and was of tho same
masterly chaiacter as those which
have preceded it. The subject was
"Victor Himo," styled by tho
French "The Prince of Poets."
Although denying, of course, the
soundness of such a claim, the lec
turer freely admitted him to be a
"Princo among Poets," ono of those
raro and exceptional masters of
poetry, each supicme and unap
proachable in some one quality or
gift, of whom there arc not more
than a dozen in all literature, an
cient and modem. Tho able manner
in which this proposition was worked
out, the keen analysis of Hugo's
peculiar genius, and tho distinction
to be drawn between his work ns an
artist and his ideas and opinions as
a philosopcr and teacher, as well as
the wealth of illustration with which
the argument was enforced, cannot
bo woilhily reproduced in a brief
report. It is therefore not attempted.
These lectures have been a rare treat
as well as a powerful intellectual
and stimulus to thoso ho havo been
so fortunate as to listen to them.
Mrs. William leaves on Friday's
steamer for the Coast, and will
carry with her to her home, the
hearty admiration nnd personal re
gard of all with whom she lias come
in contact during her slay in Hono
lulu. POLICE COURT.
Thursday, June 2nd.
One drunk was lined 8G and $1
W. II. Powell charged with as
sault and battery on his wife, was
All See driverof Waller's butcher's
cart was lined S5 and 61.40 costs for
Piracy in the neighboibood of
Hongkong, says tho China Mail
of 11th April, is not yet altogether
a thing of the past. The piratical
season in fact is just opening.
About five days ago a trading junk
was seized off Cape D'Aguilar by a
pirate junk armed with guns, which
made such a demonstration of force
that the traders did not attempt re
sistance. After transfening from
the trading junk into their own junk
00 piculs of rice, nnd nil the cloth
ing nnd valuables they could lay
hands on, the pirates left tho tradeis
to find their way back to Hongkong
as best as they could. On arrival
the traders informed the police, and
yesterday Inspector Quincoy and
Sergeants Mann and McDonald ar
rested five men and seized a junk nt
Ynu-ma Ti, on board which they
found a piratical outfit of arms and
ammunition and a quantity of the
articles stolen from the traders.
The word "lullaby," It appears,
Is derived from "Lilla ubii" (be
gono Lllitb). Lilith wns n famous
witch in the Middle Ages, aud is
introduced in the night scene in
"Faust." The Hebrews had a
popular belief that from Lilith, a
female spectre, descended all the
demons which tempt mankind. They
believed Lilith to havo been a wife
to Adam before Eve's creation.
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy
gives the story of Lillith, and pic
tures her as a beautiful woman, who
lures men to dcstiuctlon.
IN A SPANISH CIGARETTE FACTORY.
When you enter tho enormous
rooms crowded with girls dressed in
bright colors the coup d' eil is
striking in tho extreme. In ono
Immonso low-vaulted room there are
1,01)0 girls. They Bit in ondlcss
rows, about twenty girls to the row,
on cither side of tho room, nil at
llttlo tables, all rolling cigiirettcs.
Thcro is a blaze and u blur of color,
a babel of tongues. Kvory girl lias
a gay handkerchief nbout her neck,
every girl has n bright llowcr stuck
in her huh. All along tho walls
hing tho gay outdoor dresses of the
little clgarctte-mnkcrs. As I walk,
blushing and ncivotis, down an end
less avenuo of flashing eyes, I grow
almost giddy. It is a sea of women's
faces, an undulating ocean of flowor
decked heads. Ono has lo pick one's
way carefully down the central ave
nuo, for It is blocked nil along the
lino with cradles. Tho married
cignretto-makers arc allowed to
bring their babies with them to the
factory. They rock tho ciadle with
o;iu foot evhllu tliolr busy flngora
roll tin: cigarette.
"Silence!" is called by the fore
woman as the visitor passes down
the line, but there is a "chtit-thut"
every second finm some dark-eyed
wench who points to a cradle and
holds nut ber baud. It is tho habit,
of visitors to bestow occasional
coppers on tho babies, nnd so all
the young mothers nre on the alert
for tho visitor's charity.
The girls earn good wages. At
many of the tables wbolo fniuillis
are working together. But the
houis are long aud the atmosphere
awful. The damp, innn odor of
the tobacco in the lung, low-roofed
looms K in itself, almost stupefy
ing. But there is no ventilation,
and the atmosphere Is absolutely In
describable. Many of the girls
smoko cigarettes at their work. I
was very glad to light one myself
long before I had dono the round
of the factory. London Referee.
A CASSY ITEM.
Man 1 come to tell you about
my gas meter. For tho last tin co
months Gas GiUce Clerk Yes,
wo know all about it. You'vo been
out of town, nnd all the pipes have
been sealed, yet the meter rcglslcis
10,274 feet. You'll have to pay It
all the same. Man You are mis
taken, sir. I have burned gas nil
over the house and the meter only
registers 10 feet. I thought I'd
notify you of the discrepancy.
Clerk 1 I why, sir (Falls
A law has been passed in Holland
by which 12,000 of the lowest drink-ing-shops
have been closed. Sup
pose Honolulu were to follow suil
on a small scale.
Says the Alta, an Englishman
who stands six feet two and is
twenty-seven, and supports the name
of Knifton, is on his way to this
country to fight Sullivan. He is
reported to bo tho Gladstone of
English slogiiers, the Grand Young
Man of tho Ring, but our John will
welt his marrow for him.
Particularity in piinctuntion U
peremptory on newspaper men in
Germany. The Jlnftr 2'uyibltitt
lately said that a decoration had
been conferred upon Count Von
Holstein. By an oversight an ex
clamation point instead of a period
appeared at the cud of the sent
ence, and for this the authorities
seized the whole issue, and sued the
edltois for libel.
VfISS CHILLBURG RECEIV-
1TJL ed by tho "Austi.illa" a very fine
and beaut ml assortment of stylUu nill
liuciy goods. Her former i-tock of
ti limned hats and bonnets, alio will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 52 lin.
LOOK HERE 1 A great cliaac
fjr bargain S Hug iff atuia I
ii.t ndin0' to jjivi-1 p iho rli o trade ui
lliu cud of Juue. 1 now tft' r my line
stock of shoci A.T COS , foi cadi.
Come and make our -nultctions at
once. 1'. McINLbNV, Fori streit,
abovo Klnttreci. 01 lw
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
i rpiuiul uvt.ry evening lu me b,r
room, and patrons will Mud everything
to suit the taste of the moil fusiidi us
epicures. 47 if
CREAM CAKES and Chocolate
hclalrs of superior quali'y nre now
tor sdu at the E tc leu Cream Parlors.
Tliey are really delicious. 47 lw
A WANT SUPPLIED-The
"Klule" Book, Jub and NtwsPAPKn
OmcK, corner of Queen and II Btreets,
opposito otllco of tho Board of Health,
have, iu connection with their already
Extcnslvo Prlntlr-g Establishment, just
received pir 8. B. Australia, through
Messrs. Palmer & Hey, of San Francis
co, direct from ilui mtnufiictory, Now
York CHy, A GORDON .1011 I HINT.
INO PRESS, ono oftlio finest and best
In tho world, atid of the largest izo
made. Thcro Is nothing in this connto
to compare with it. To cxumlno this
Ono pleco of workmanship is worth a
visit lo the "Elelk'' Otllco. Itoxcols
In doing tho tlncstkindof woik in the
shortest possible time.
Merchants and others requiring Print.
Ing of ANY kind douu at short notice,
and at reasonable rates, will do well to
give the "ELEtu" otllco a call. Tele
phone No. nil. lm33
HAVING icccntly engaged a first,
cl.ifl-t Uilder anil Moulding Maker,
wo nra now fully prtpircd lo manufac
ture, repair and reglnl iiny kind of work
In our line. Old Minor nuil Plcturu
Frame made oier as gi od as now, nnd
at prices uiihln the riach ot all. Thu
public am inxltoJ to cull and inspect
iiimu of this work, ltomcmher, any
thing tint needs renewing lu Gold, Old
(Inbi, llron.i). Coppir or Mcial e can
do. KINO IlltUri., Aitr bTOitK. 17
Dit. Flint's Hi:akt Rksiedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also (or Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaou. Descriptive book
with every bottlo. llcnson Smith &
Co., AuenlH. 354
LBS. Frc-h Hoine-Modo Chew.
it cr Mli'Kf, or Hem u-ii Uir.
Urs l'o'n. unil f uh. delicious Vunlllu
u ml Choc'ilutoJ remm vlilcli IguiTin
tio to liu fir (uporior nnd mid rlicnxr
ilwn tiny Impnnud, m P HORN'S Hon
uir Stuim C'nnily Piictury mid Bikury
mi 1 Ico (Jre.un Par I or. b5tt
S PERRY'S No. 1 Piunllv Flour is
ollund Tor salo bj GOfcSALVES &
CO,, Queen Street. 01
"IF YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X uUVOlt.80 it iU Ihu LAilA BULLUTI.N.
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held at Knp.o'aul Pt-rk,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, June 10th, 1887.
Races to commenco at 12 noon.
ttl. Honolulu Plate, 50
Running Race; mllo dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses.
2nd. Reciprocity Plate, $100
Running Itoce; f mile dash; open
3rd. Oceanic Purte, $100
Trotting Rhcc, Mllo bents; best 8 In
5; to harness; fice for till.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Running Ha :c; ?,' inllu iluali; open
to all; winner to ucat the record of
Bin. Breeder's Plato, $75
Runnini; Race; mllo dash; for all
3 year olds.
eih.-llawallan Plate, $75
Running Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commenco at 10:80 a.m. sharp.,
lit. The Queen'e Plate, $75
Running Race; 4 mllo dash; free
2nd. Kamehamcha Plate, $160
Running Race; 3 mile dash; free
'3rd. Kalakaua Purto, $150
Trotting Knee; mile heats; best 2 in
3; to liHi'nctw; opt n to all.
4th. His Majesty's Cup, $100 added.
Rimnlig Kicu; I mile dash; for
llmallun tiritl horns; nwntd ly
meml cr of the Jockey Club.
5lh. Hosita Challenno Cup, $100 added
Running Unco; mlludasli; winner
in In at ilio record i f "Anglo A "
1 -A$y, made Juno 13, 18J0. Cup to
lie run for annually, and to bu laid
by the wlnnci unti'l his lime U bia
ten at a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open to all.
Gth.-Tho King's Plate, $100
Trotting Rice; for Hawaiian bred
liiTfc on!) ; mile heats; Lest two In
Uiioj; to Imrntsj.
7th.-Novelty Raco, $100
yt mile 925
1 mile -'.-
?f mile ijir
Opuii to all Hawaiian Lrcd horses.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,
Sweo.istiikts, 820 and $"0 added.
Hwoiipxtnks Tio ting or Pacing
It tee; lust 2 in 3: free for all noises
uliu have i ot a recotd of 3 mln'. or
beiier T.i Lo drlvtn by members
of tho Jockey Club.
9th. 1'ony Raco, $75
Runi.ing Rice: 1 mllo dnsU;rp--n
to only H walliin bnd hnr.-ts, not
over 11 h indx. and not under 3 yrs.
old; catch Welch's.
All entries to c'.o-o ut 12 o'c'onk noon,
on 31 n(1ay June U h 187. nt tho olllcc
of llu Secretary, and all cmranco fees to
lo 10 per cent, unless othcnvisii specifi
ed. Ail runts to tio run or trotted under
tlierules of tho Ilawiilinn Jockey Club.
Admission DO cents each
To Gnind Siaud,ixtru...50 rents nnd 91
( .'nrrlngei inside of Course... $3 10 each
Quarter Stretch Badges $5.00 each
0. 0. BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.0.
Taro Flof Factory,
Will again eotamenre operatloaH ob
Thursday, May 6tb,
nnd will supply Tnro Flour In any
With now and Improved machinery
and other apparatus ,ll present manu.
Kor guarantees to supply Tiiro Flour thnt
wll inaka a better tints of noi than ever
All orders to bo sent to W. II. Cum
mins, Mitnngcr, nt tho Factory, Wnl
luku, Mnul, or to W. O. Irwin & Co,
Agent', Honolulu. 41 lm
TDK undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Atsignco of the
estate of John M. Kapona, bankrupt,
hereby notifies nil panics indebted to
cmlil mini, .n ... a 1. r I m n.l I 11 I n n. an.
oiliii wm.'u iu manu iiiuucuiuiu IIKJ mum,
and thoio having cliilnia against tnld
ustute in present them without delay at
his otllco No, as Merchant street Hono
lulu. CI1A3. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 35
Pied Pchnltz. of Wiilliii.il, Maul,
has Hold all right, title and InteroU iu
tlin lilneki-mltli shop, Mmntcd on the
rlfili si !o nt lCnhulul rood, in tint said
dlftiiui of Wniliikti, to tho undersigned,
who wll, curry on ilio bu-lni s. in ruiurc.
I linvu nlo annotated M . Ohm 13.
Oiii'kmt, iir manager of the nail whop,
'lm public mo invlud to glvoncall,
ami till blitcksmlililug work will bo ex.
cculcd with despatch.
117 lm JOIIN W. KALUA.
A FULL ( OURSE of Tltsno Paper
Ploucrs iimirlu for $2. Lessons
clvcn In Umvnn TVMrnl's; nnd al-o tho
LI iliiiilnt; M -thod of Flower and L 'ml.
tainu 1'alntiiir. Flo or Pu lining, 81j
Laiid-e.ipi", $10, for full cour-is
O duis lulu ii for Crayon Portraits ond
Lan Ipcup'i I'lilntlniis.
BST tro KINO STREET, opposito
K'iumIhIi io Church. U4 lm
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 (.oiuniE. i per unnum,
By tho steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a large assortment of the
Latest "Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bed rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laces and other
new goods too numerous to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices.
KsrLadies arc invited to call and inspect our stock.
!No trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposito W. G.
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's fa Custom Made Clothiug,
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
Honolulu, XJi 1.
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Boiled Oats !
Are nn entirely new preparation of wheat and O.iU, Using cooked by Steam, and
only requiring n short ilmo to pnparo them for the table.
tSTTho most nutritious food known. ta
Also, Gormen, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, Hams, Bacon, Choice Dues, I'nincf, Nuts, Ilatsins,
Now Zealand, Callfo-iili, and IjIui d l'oiat02, &v.
Also, Uroo,n Corn, excellent for chlckon feed, for sale by
Glm&i Hnstace, - - King- Street.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, P. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tho publio that from this day on ho is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state ocensons, as altjo for select par
etics given by their Into Majesties Kamcuamclin IVVKnuiclmmchn V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical uxperience in this lino of business.
Practical Confectioner, Pantry Cook and Orunmcuter liCIIouolnlu.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones Ho 74- (OS !m) Honolulu, H.-I
Just Received at
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
LUBIN'S, " ATKINSON'S,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
PAEINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Sale at Reasonable 3?rioe.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
to the Ladies.
Irwin & Co's.)
of Gent's Shoes
Hollister & Co.'s
well - known brands of